Oregon star ends up in Canada's most Burgundian project
5 Sep 2003 by JR
You may remember in my most recent survey of Oregon Pinots just how impressed I was by the Lemelson wines which were made by Canadian Thomas Bachelder. He has now returned to his native Canada to take charge of the ambitious new project Le Clos Jordanne, a joint venture between Canada's dominant wine company Vincor and the Burgundy firm of J C Boisset (whose greatest coup recently has been recruiting another Quebecois, Pascal Marchand who had previously been in charge at Comte Armand in Pommard). Bachelder is to be given the title viniculture manager. Boisset are particularly proud of this...

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